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  • Jordan’s Worship

    Published 11/02/19

    Jordan came to deliver our worship this week. It was all about bravery and courage. The children loved the Angry Birds activity at the beginning and enjoyed listening to and taking part in the story of Joshua and courage of the Israelites.

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  • Holy Communion Sessions with Reverend Les and Wendy

    Published 06/02/19

    Reverend Les and Wendy taught Year 3 and 4 more about Holy Communion as part of their RE lessons, and they will be continuing their learning over the next few weeks in preparation for Holy Communion in March. The children had lots of questions to ask and really engaged with their learning.

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  • John Coltman's Worship

    Published 31/01/19

    John Coltman delivered one of our worships this week, he began to tell us the story of Joseph and his brothers. We are looking forwards to the rest of the story when he next comes to visit us.

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  • Christingle 50th Anniversary Service

    Published 24/01/19

    On Wednesday 23rd January Mrs Evans, and four children from school went to Lichfield Cathedral to be part of their Christingle celebrations to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the children’s society.

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  • Pop UK!

    Published 23/01/19

    It has been another fantastic week beginning with a tremendous concert in each of our schools. Families and children really rocked it at out with the charity,  POP UK events. We thank Rachel and Jim for their hard work and passion in bringing music about standing up for ourselves, having a voice and seeing positives, believing in ourselves and getting back up when we fall down was incredibly powerful. Children, staff and families had the best time!

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  • Year 3 and 4 Music Share

    Published 11/01/19

    Year 3 and 4 were fortunate enough to have their first Music Share lesson with Cathy Lamb yesterday, and sounded amazing. The children will have three more sessions in preparation for their Music Share concert in March and will be practising with Mrs Ambrose in between!

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  • Victorian Christmas - 150 year celebrations

    Published 19/12/18

    Our ‘Victorian Christmas’ enrichment day celebrating 150 years of All Saints Church was tremendous. It was great to see the children all dressed up and taking part in lots of activities whilst raising money for the church renovations.  We also thank the families who went to the church during the afternoon and for buying raffle tickets for the event in the club Wednesday evening. It was nice to join in with Rev. Les’ Gilbert and Sullivan song about a police constable, see such a lovely raffle and hear Mr Tipper play carols.

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  • School PTA Christmas Fair

    Published 14/12/18

    What a wonderful, vibrant, busy and successful school fair. Thank you to our PTA for an amazing event!

     

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  • Christmas Jumper day

    Published 14/12/18

    Children and staff enjoyed wearing their Christmas jumpers in order to raise money for Save the children.

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  • Panto!

    Published 12/12/18

    Children had a brilliant time at the Pantomime at the Lichfield Garrick, Dick Whittington, it was brilliant and they were amazing!

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  • Nativity and Carols

    Published 10/12/18

    Our Christmas Nativity and Carols, Little Angel gets her wings was simply magical. The children sparkled and shone and were confident, relaxed and full of fun and love, what a super evening!

     

     

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  • Premier sports Baseline

    Published 06/12/18

    We had fun this morning carrying our baseline assessment for fitness with Premier Sports. The children had to run laps for 3 minutes and their partners count how many they did. The children loved it and hopefully will improve when we measure them again next year!

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